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Water Market Middle East 2010

Description:
The breakneck pace of economic development and population growth in the Middle East and North Africa has exacerbated the region’s existing problems of water scarcity and wastewater disposal. In response, many countries are embracing reform. Governments are increasingly turning to the private sector to meet their needs, leading to an abundance of business opportunities.

Water Market Middle East 2010 will help you understand how the water and wastewater markets work in each country, where the greatest challenges and main growth areas are, and how to make it work for you. The report profiles local companies in detail and gives an overview of the main local and international players – so you can identify potential partners and competitors. It also lists current and upcoming major projects, details recent policy changes, and anticipates future regulatory developments so that you can easily identify business opportunities.

Water Market Middle East 2010 provides coverage of the big picture, identifying trends across the region. But no two countries are alike – opportunities are concentrated where the economic growth is hottest, and where there are forward-looking public authorities. Thus, Water Market Middle East 2010 also includes the fine detail about the unique challenges – and business opportunities – in each country’s water, wastewater and water reuse sectors.

Excel datasets include:

- Projects and tenders: A listing of water sector projects and tenders, including information on size, client and estimated completion time

- Companies: A directory of local and international companies involved in the water business

- Government contacts: A directory of key government contacts and water utilities in the region

- Country data: Key demographics, economic indicators and water data for each country

- Market forecast: A country-by-country assessment of current and future expenditure on water and wastewater services

The Datasets

- Projects and tenders: A listing of water sector projects and tenders, including information on size, client and estimated completion time.
- Companies: A directory of local and international companies involved in the water business.
- Government contacts: A directory of key government contacts and water utilities in the region.
- Country data: Key demographics, economic indicators and water data for each country.

Market forecast: A country by country assessment of current and future expenditure on water and wastewater servicesthat includes the following headlines:

- Contracted desalination Capacity Forecast
- Installed desalination Capacity Forecast
- Annual new contracted capacity
- Annual new completed capacity
- Capital expenditure on desalination
- Other water resources/treatment plants
- Water Distribution Networks (new build and rehabilitation)
- Total Capital Expenditure on Drinking Water
- Advanced water reuse capacity forecast
- Additional water reuse capacity forecast
- Wastewater network investment (new and rehabilitation)
- Wastewater treatment plant investment (new and rehabilitation)
- Total capital expenditure on wastewater
- Total capex on water and wastewater
- Total private investment
- % of capex from private sector
- Total operating expenditure on water
- Total operating expenditure on wastewater
- Total Water and wastewater opex
- Annual value of private sector operations
- % Private sector participation in operations

Data by country

Overview - summary of the current water situation, including:
- Overview of current water resources.
- Overview of challenges.
- Water sector organization and structure.

Current water situation - a detailed picture, including:
- Details of current water resources.
- Details of water production facilities.
- Details of waste water treatment facilities.
- Key performance indicators.

Current policy - a detailed picture of financial and legal matters, including:
- Tariffs.
- Institutional and legal arrangements - especially for private water customers such as industry and property developers.
- Finance - private / public sector participation, etc.

The future - forecasts and the future direction of the market, including:
- Government strategy - main growth areas.
- Current and future projects - including extent of private sector participation.
- Summary of agents driving change.
- Predictions and forecast.
 
Contents:
Water Market Middle East 2010 – Introduction
1.1 Overview
1.2 Investment trends
1.3 Drinking water investment
1.4 Wastewater investment
1.5 Operating expenditure
1.6 Private sector participation
1.7 Industry trends: capex vs. opex
1.8 Industry trends: tariffs and water efficiency
1.9 Industry trends: local players
1.10 Industry trends: International players and strategy
1.11 Industry trends: Private developers and new models
1.12 Industry trends: New technologies
1.13 The forecasts

Chapter 2 – Algeria
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Overview of challenges
2.3 Water sector organisation and structure
2.4 Supply and demand details
2.5 Water production facilities
2.6 Wastewater / sewage treatment facilities
2.7 Key performance indicators
2.8 Tariffs
2.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
2. 10 Finance
2.11 Government strategy
2.12 Current and future projects
2.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 3 – Bahrain
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Overview of challenges
3.3 Water sector organisation and structure
3.4 Supply and demand details
3.5 Water production facilities
3.6 Wastewater / sewage treatment facilities
3.7 Key performance indicators
3.8 Tariffs
3.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
3.10 Finance
3.11 Government strategy
3.12 Current and future projects
3.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 4 – Egypt
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Overview of challenges
4.3 Water sector organisation and structure
4.4 Supply and demand details
4.5 Water production facilities
4.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
4.7 Key performance indicators
4.8 Tariffs
4.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
4.10 Finance
4.11 Government strategy
4.12 Current and future projects
4.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 5 – Iran
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Overview of challenges
5.3 Water sector organisation and structure
5.4 Supply and demand details
5.5 Water production facilities
5.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
5.7 Key performance indicators
5.8 Tariffs
5.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
5.10 Finance
5.11 Government strategy
5.12 Current and future projects
5.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 6 – Iraq
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Overview of challenges
6.3 Water sector organisation and structure
6.4 Supply and demand details
6.5 Water production facilities
6.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
6.7 Key performance indicators
6.8 Tariffs
6.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
6.10 Finance
6.11 Government strategy
6.12 Current and future projects
6.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 7 – Israel
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Overview of challenges
7.3 Water sector organisation and structure
7.4 Supply and demand
7.5 Water production facilities
7.6 Wastewater / sewage treatment facilities
7.7 Key performance indicators
7.8 Tariffs
7.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
7.10 Finance
7.11 Government strategy
7.12 Current and future projects
7.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 8 – Jordan
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Overview of challenges
8.3 Water sector organisation and structure
8.4 Supply and demand details
8.5 Water production facilities
8.7 Key performance indicators
8.8 Tariffs
8.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
8.10 Finance
8.11 Government strategy
8.12 Current and future projects
8.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 9 – Kuwait
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Overview of challenges
9.3 Water sector organisation and structure
9.4 Supply and demand details
9.5 Water production facilities
9.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
9.7 Key performance indicators
9.8 Tariffs
9.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
9.10 Finance
9.11 Government strategy
9.12 Current and future projects
9.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 10 – Lebanon
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Overview of challenges
10.3 Water sector organisation and structure
10.4 Supply and demand
10.5 Water production facilities
10.6 Wastewater / sewage treatment facilities
10.7 Key performance indicators
10.8 Tariffs
10.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
10.10 Finance
10.11 Government strategy
10.12 Current and future projects
10.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 11 – Libya
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Overview of challenges
11.3 Water sector organisation and structure
11.4 Supply and demand details
11.5 Water production facilities
1.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
11.7 Key performance indicators
11.8 Tariffs
11.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
11.10 Finance
11.11 Government strategy
11.12 Current and future projects
11.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 12 – Morocco
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Overview of challenges
12.3 Water sector organisation and structure
12.4 Supply and demand details
12.5 Water production facilities
12.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
12.7 Key performance indicators
12.8 Tariffs
12.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
12.10 Finance
12.11 Government strategy
12.12 Current and future projects
12.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 13 – Oman
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Overview of challenges
13.3 Water sector organisation and structure
13.4 Supply and demand details
13.5 Water production facilities
13.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
13.7 Key performance indicators
13.8 Tariffs
13.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
13.10 Government strategy
13.11 Current and future projects
13.12 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 14 – Qatar
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Overview of challenges
14.3 Water sector organisation and structure
14.4 Supply and demand details
14.5 Water production facilities
14.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
14.7 Key performance indicators
14.8 Tariffs
14.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
14.10 Finance
14.11 Government strategy
14.12 Current and future projects
14.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 15 – Saudi Arabia
15.1 Introduction
15.2 Challenges
15.3 Water sector organisation and structure
15.4 Supply and demand details
15.6 Wastewater treatment facilities
15.7 Key Performance Indicators
15.7.1 Water
15.8 Tariffs
15.9 Institutional and Legal Arrangements
15.10 Finance
15.11 Government Strategy
15.12 Current and future projects

Chapter 16 – Syria
16.1 Introduction
16.2 Overview of challenges
16.3 Water sector organisation and structure
16.4 Supply and demand details
16.5 Water production facilities
16.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
16.7 Key performance indicators
16.8 Tariffs
16.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
16.10 Finance
16.11 Government strategy
16.12 Current and future projects
16.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 17 – Tunisia
17.1 Introduction
17.2 Overview of challenges
17.3 Water sector organisation and structure
17.4 Details of supply and demand
17.5 Water production facilities
17.6 Wastewater / sewage treatment facilities
17.7 Key performance indicators
17.8 Tariffs
17.9 Government strategy
17.10 Current and future projects
17.12 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 18 – Turkey
18.1 Introduction
18.2 Overview of challenges
18.3 Water sector organisation and structure
18.4 Details of current water resources
18.5 Water production facilities
18.6 Wastewater / sewage treatment facilities
18.7 Key performance indicators
18.8 Tariffs
18.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
18.11 Government strategy
18.12 Current and future projects
18.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 19 – United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
19.1 Introduction
19.2 Overview of challenges
19.4 Details of current water resources
19.5 Water production facilities
19.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
19.7 Key performance indicators
19.8 Tariffs
19.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
19.10 Finance
19.11 Government strategy
19.12 Current and future projects
19.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 20 – United Arab Emirates, Dubai
20.1 Introduction
20.2 Overview of challenges
20.3 Water sector organisation and structure
20.4 Details of current water resources
20.5 Water production facilities
20.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
20.7 Tariffs
20.8 Institutional and legal arrangements
20.10 Government strategy
20.12 Predictions

Chapter 21 – Sharjah and the Northern Emirates
21.1 Introduction
21.2 Overview of challenges
21.3 Water sector organisation and structure
21.4 Details of current water resources
21.5 Water production facilities
21.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
21.7 Tariffs
21.8 Institutional and legal arrangements
21.9 Finance
21.10 Current and future projects
21.11 Predictions

Chapter 22 – West Bank and Gaza
22.1 Introduction
22.2 Overview of challenges
22.3 Water sector organisation and structure
22.4 Supply and demand details
22.5 Water production facilities
22.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
22.7 Key performance indicators
22.8 Tariffs
22.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
22.10 Finance
22.11 Government strategy
22.12 Current and future projects
22.13 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 23 – Yemen
23.1 Introduction
23.2 Overview of challenges
23.3 Water sector organisation and structure
23.4 Supply and demand details
23.5 Water production facilities
23.6 Waste water / sewage treatment facilities
23.7 Key performance indicators
23.8 Tariffs
23.9 Institutional and legal arrangements
23.10 Finance
23.11 Government strategy
23.12 Current and future projects
23.13 Predictions and forecast
23.14 Predictions and forecast

Chapter 24 - Company profiles
24.1 Arabian Company for Water & Power International (ACWA Power International)
24.2 Acciona Agua
24.3 AES Arabia
24.4 Agbar
24.5 Amiantit (AmiWater)
24.6 aqualia
24.7 Befesa Agua
24.8 Besix
24.9 Biwater
24.10 Corodex Industries
24.11 Degrémont
24.12 Doosan Heavy Industries
24.13 Fichtner
24.14 Fisia Italimpianti
24.15 Future Pipe
24.16 GdF Suez Energy International
24.17 GE Water & Process Technologies
24.18 Hyder Consulting
24.19 ILF Consulting Engineers
24.20 Kharafi National
24.21 Kuwait Engineering Office (KEO International)
24.22 Malakoff Corporation
24.23 Marubeni Corporation
24.24 Metito
24.25 Mitsui & Co
24.26 Moya Bushnak
24.27 PB Power
24.28 SETE Energy Saudi for Industrial Projects Ltd. (SETE Energy)
24.29 Sogex Oman
24.30 Suez Environment
24.31 Sumitomo Corporation
24.32 Veolia Water

Water Market Middle East 2010 - Figures

Water Market Middle East 2010 – Introduction

Figure 1.1: Total Middle East water and wastewater capex
Figure 1.2: Annual contracted desalination capacity in the Middle East – historic and forecast
Figure 1.3: The relationship between oil prices and GCC desalination
Figure 1.4: Drinking water capex in the GCC region
Figure 1.5: Water and wastewater capex by region, excluding desalination
Figure 1.6: Drinking water capex: regional total
Figure 1.7 Desalination markets by additional contracted capacity
Figure 1.8: Investment in water distribution networks
Figure 1.9: Middle East wastewater capital expenditure forecast by country (2009-2016)
Figure 1.10: Middle East wastewater capital expenditure forecast
Figure 1.11 Middle East water and wastewater operating costs
Figure 1.12: The progress of water sector reform
Figure 1.13: Private sector participation in water and wastewater operations
Figure 1.14: Private sector investment in water and wastewater projects
Figure 1.15: Per capita water footprints and renewable resources
Figure 1.16: Water tariffs in the Middle East
Figure 1.17: Local players
Figure 1.18: Drinking water capex forecast comparison (2009 vs. 2005)
Figure 1.19: Wastewater capex forecast comparison (2009 vs. 2005)

Chapter 2 – Algeria
Figure 2.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 2.2: Algerian water sector structure
Figure 2.3: Details of Algeria’s water supply
Figure 2.4: Demand for water in Algeria
Figure 2.5: Desalination in Algeria
Figure 2.6: Large desalination plants in Algeria
Figure 2.7: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 2.8: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 2.9: Large-scale BOO sweater desalination plant program
Figure 2.10: Upcoming desalination projects
Figure 2.11: Water treatment plant projects
Figure 2.12: Contracts for water and sanitation in Algerian cities
Figure 2.13: Wastewater treatment plants yet to go out for tender
Figure 2.14: Map of project locations in Algeria
Figure 2.15: Breakdown of Algeria’s investment plan, 2006-2025
Figure 2.16: Forecast summary
Figure 2.17: Algeria Forecasting Charts

Chapter 3 – Bahrain
Figure 3.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 3.2: Organisational chart, Electricity and Water Authority (EWA, formerly Ministry of Electricity and Water (MEW))
Figure 3.3: Details of Bahrain’s water supply
Figure 3.4: Demand for water in Bahrain
Figure 3.5: Water production by type, 2006-7
Figure 3.6: Production of desalinated water against abstraction of groundwater,
Figure 3.7: Main wastewater treatment plants in Bahrain
Figure 3.8: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 3.9: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 3.10 Water meters and population per governorate
Figure 3.11 Map of Project Locations in Bahrain
Figure 3.12: Current and future desalination projects
Figure 3.13: Infrastructure projects
Figure 3.14: Current and future wastewater projects
Figure 3.15: Forecast Summary
Figure 3.16: Bahrain Forecasting Charts

Chapter 4 – Egypt
Figure 4.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 4.2: Administrative organisation of the water and wastewater sector in Egypt
Figure 4.3: Details of Egypt’s water supply
Figure 4.4: Demand for water in Egypt
Figure 4.5: Overview of reservoirs and capacities
Figure 4.6: Desalination in Egypt
Figure 4.7: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 4.8: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 4.9: Planned investment stakeholders, 2007 -2017
Figure 4.10: Upcoming desalination projects in Egypt
Figure 4.11: Upcoming WWTP projects in Egypt
Figure 4.12: Water availability and population growth
Figure 4.13: Water availability and population growth
Figure 4.14: Supply and demand forecasts for 2017
Figure 4.15: Capital expenditure for Egypt’s NWRP (million LE)
Figure 4.16: Operating expenditure for Egypt’s NWRP (million LE)
Figure 4.17: Forecast summary
Figure 4.18: Egypt Forecasting Charts

Chapter 5 – Iran
Figure 5.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 5.2: Water sector structure in Iran
Figure 5.3: Details of Iran’s water supply
Figure 5.4: Demand for water in Iran
Figure 5.5: Surface water resources in Iran
Figure 5.6: Desalination in Iran
Figure 5.7: Large desalination plants in Iran
Figure 5.8: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 5.9: Breakdown of water indicators
Figure 5.10: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 5.11: Breakdown of wastewater indicators
Figure 5.12: Large-scale WTPs currently under design or construction
Figure 5.13: WWTPs currently under design or construction
Figure 5.14: Desalination plants under planning or construction
Figure 5.15: Map of project locations in Iran
Figure 5.16: World Bank water and wastewater projects in Iran
Figure 5.17: Prediction of finance required to meet 4th Development Plan objectives
Figure 5.18: Target average annual growth of sectors in 4th Development Plan
Figure 5.19: Major urban water and wastewater predictions
Figure 5.20: Major rural water and wastewater predictions
Figure 5.21: Forecast Summary
Figure 5.22: Iran Forecasting Charts

Chapter 6 – Iraq
Figure 6.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 6.2: Details of Iraq’s water supply
Figure 6.3: Demand for water in Iraq
Figure 6.4: Desalination in Iraq
Figure 6.5: Large desalination plants in Iraq
Figure 6.6: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 6.7: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 6.8: Forecast Summary
Figure 6.9: Iraq Forecasting Charts

Chapter 7 – Israel
Figure 7.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 7.2: Israel’s Aquifers
Figure 7.3: Details of Israel’s water supply
Figure 7.4: Demand for water in Israel
Figure 7.5: Development of demand, 2000-2007
Figure 7.6: Desalination in Israel
Figure 7.7: Large desalination plants in Israel
Figure 7.8: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 7.9: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 7.10: Current and future desalination projects
Figure 7.11: Current and future water infrastructure projects
Figure 7.12: Current and future WWTP and reuse projects
Figure 7.13: Location of projects in Israel
Figure 7.14: Forecast Summary
Figure 7.15: Israel Forecasting Charts

Chapter 8 – Jordan
Figure 8.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 8.2: Administrative organisation of the water and wastewater sector in Jordan
Figure 8.3: Details of Jordan’s water supply
Figure 8.4: Demand for water in Jordan
Figure 8.5: Renewable groundwater yield of main aquifers in Jordan
Figure 8.6: Desalination in Jordan
Figure 8.7: Large desalination plants in Jordan
Figure 8.8: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 8.9: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 8.11: Water tariffs in Jordan
Figure 8.12: Upcoming projects in Jordan
Figure 8.13: A proposed Red-Dead Canal route
Figure 8.14: Map of project locations in Jordan
Figure 8.15: Projected WWTP capacity, 2005-2020
Figure 8.16: Projected supply and demand in Jordan – with new projects
Figure 8.17: Projected supply and demand in Jordan – with new projects
Figure 8.18: Forecast Summary
Figure 8.19: Jordan Forecasting Charts

Chapter 9 – Kuwait
Figure 9.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 9.2: Details of Kuwait’s water supply
Figure 9.3: Demand for water in Kuwait
Figure 9.4: Change in desalination capacity in Kuwait, 1966-2008
Figure 9.5: Desalination in Kuwait
Figure 9.6: Large desalination plants in Kuwait
Figure 9.7: Overview of major WWTPs in Kuwait, as of 2008
Figure 9.8: Consumers of fresh water in Kuwait
Figure 9.9: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 9.10: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 9.11: Current and future projects in Kuwait
Figure 9.12: Map of project locations in Kuwait
Figure 9.13: Forecast desalination capacity, 2007-2011
Figure 9.14: Progressive desalination capacity, 2007-2011
Figure 9.15: Forecast Summary
Figure 9.16: Kuwait Forecasting Charts

Chapter 10 – Lebanon
Figure 10.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 10.2: Ministry of Energy and Water organisational chart
Figure 10.3: Details of Lebanon’s water supply
Figure 10.4: Demand for water in Lebanon
Figure 10.5: Desalination in Lebanon
Figure 10.6: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 10.7: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 10.8: Domestic water and wastewater connection rates
Figure 10.9: Locations of Lebanon’s River Basin Regions
Figure 10.10: Overview of consumer water tariffs, 2007
Figure 10.11: Budget allocation for MoEW ten-year plan, 2001-2011
Figure 10.12: Future water and infrastructure projects
Figure 10.13: Overview of current, recently completed and planned WWTPs
Figure 10.14: Details of WWTP projects for which costs have been estimated
Figure 10.15: Location of projects in Lebanon
Figure 10.16: Forecast supply/demand dynamic, 2010-30
Figure 10.17: Pending water and wastewater tenders worth over USD 10 million
Figure 10.18: Forecast Summary
Figure 10.19: Lebanon Forecasting Charts

Chapter 11 – Libya
Figure 11.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 11.2: Water sector organisation in Libya
Figure 11.3: Details of Libya’s water supply
Figure 11.4: Demand for water in Libya
Figure 11.5: Libya’s main groundwater aquifers
Figure 11.6: Renewable and nonrenewable extraction from Libya’s main aquifers
Figure 11.7: Saltwater intrusion of Libya’s coastal aquifers
Figure 11.8: Map of Great Man Made River phases
Figure 11.9: Desalination in Libya
Figure 11.10: Large desalination plants in Libya
Figure 11.11: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 11.12: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 11.13: Current and future desalination projects
Figure 11.14: Current and future infrastructure and other projects
Figure 11.15: Forthcoming GMMR phases
Figure 11.16: Forthcoming GMMR phases
Figure 11.17: Water Balance with 100% agricultural self-sufficiency (minimum hypothesis)
Figure 11.18: Water supply broken down factoring in GMMR forecasts
Figure 11.19: Forecast Summary
Figure 11.20: Libya Forecasting Charts

Chapter 12 – Morocco
Figure 12.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 12.2: Water sector structure in Morocco
Figure 12.3: Details of Morocco’s water supply
Figure 12.4: Demand for water in Morocco
Figure 12.5: Number of dams and reservoir capacity since the launch of Morocco’s dam policy in 1967
Figure 12.6: Desalination in Morocco
Figure 12.7: Large desalination plants in Morocco
Figure 12.8 Actual and projected volumes of wastewater produced, 1960-2020
Figure 12.9: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 12.10: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 12.11: Water tariffs in Morocco (excluding VAT)
Figure 12.12: National water and wastewater programme (PNA) budget breakdown
Figure 12.13: Major water treatment plants planned for Morocco
Figure 12.14: Morocco’s desalination programme until 2015
Figure 12.15: Actual and predicted volumes of wastewater produced, 1960-2020
Figure 12.16: Wastewater and reuse projects
Figure 12.17: Elements and costs of Marrakech wastewater scheme
Figure 12.18: Location of projects in Morocco
Figure 12.19: Forecast Summary
Figure 12.20: Morocco Forecasting Charts

Chapter 13 – Oman
Figure 13.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 13.2: Details of Oman’s water supply
Figure 13.3: Demand for water in Oman
Figure 13.4: Desalination in Oman
Figure 13.5: Large desalination plants in Oman
Figure 13.6: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 13.7: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 13.8: Structure of privatisation
Figure 13.9: IWPP IPOs
Figure 13.10: WWTP projects planned under the Muscat wastewater scheme
Figure 13.11: Sewerage infrastructure projects planned under the Muscat wastewater scheme
Figure 13.12: Location of projects in Oman
Figure 13.13: Projected demand for desalinated water in MIS Regions of Oman
Figure 13.14: Projected water demand in Salalah
Figure 13.15: Forecast Summary
Figure 13.16: Oman Forecasting Charts

Chapter 14 – Qatar
Figure 14.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 14.2: Structure of Ashghal (Public Works Authority)
Figure 14.3: Project-specific power and water entities in Qatar
Figure 14.4: Details of Qatar’s water supply
Figure 14.5: Demand for water in Qatar
Figure 14.6: Desalination in Qatar
Figure 14.7: Large desalination plants in Qatar
Figure 14.8: Water storage capacity by buffer reservoir, 2005
Figure 14.9: Water connections 1995-2009
Figure 14.10: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 14.11: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 14.12: Current and future large scale desalination projects
Figure 14.13: Current and future WWTP projects
Figure 14.14: Location of projects in Qatar
Figure 14.15: Forecast Summary
Figure 14.16: Qatar Forecasting Charts

Chapter 15 – Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 15.2: SWCC water and power production, 2003-2007
Figure 15.3: Details of Saudi Arabia’s water supply
Figure 15.4: Water usage by source in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.5: Demand for water in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.6: Sectoral water demand in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.7: SWCC’s water production facilities
Figure 15.8: Total annual production by SWCC
Figure 15.9: SWCC’s principal water transmission pipelines
Figure 15.11: WEC’s desalination plants
Figure 15.12: Marafiq’s water production facilities
Figure 15.13: Summary of desalination in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.14: Principal wastewater treatment facilities in Riyadh and Jeddah
Figure 15.15: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 15.16: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 15.17: Public water supply in major cities in 2004
Figure 15.18: Tariffs
Figure 15.19: Private sector participation in the Saudi water sector
Figure 15.20: Financial structure of the Shuqaiq IWPP
Figure 15.21: Long term strategy for privatisation of water distribution assets
Figure 15.22: Desalination only projects
Figure 15.23: IWPP projects
Figure 15.24: WWTP projects in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.25: Other projects in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.26: Locations of projects in Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.27: Sectoral water demand forecast for Saudi Arabia
Figure 15.28: Water demand and the decommissioning of existing plants
Figure 15.29: Forecast Summary
Figure 15.30: Saudi Arabia Forecasting Charts

Chapter 16 – Syria
Figure 16.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 16.2: Distribution of population and water resources in Syria
Figure 16.3: Details of Syria’s water supply
Figure 16.4: Demand for water in Syria
Figure 16.5: Main river basins, dams and storage capacity in Syria
Figure 16.6: Production and consumption of drinking water by governorate, 2003
Figure 16.7: Desalination in Syria
Figure 16.8: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 16.9: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 16.10: Water tariffs in Syria
Figure 16.11: Historic and forecast water and wastewater tariff scenarios
Figure 16.12: Proposed regulatory structure for water sector
Figure 16.13: Upcoming projects in Syria
Figure 16.14: Map of project locations in Syria
Figure 16.15: Target cost recovery ratios for domestic water supply utilities, 2006-11 five year plan
Figure 16.16: Forecast Summary
Figure 16.17: Syria Forecasting Charts

Chapter 17 – Tunisia
Figure 17.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 17.2: Total withdrawal from North Wester Saharah Aquifer System (NWSAS)
Figure 17.3: Details of Tunisia’s water supply
Figure 17.4: Demand for water in Tunisia
Figure 17.5: Desalination in Tunisia
Figure 17.6: Large desalination plants in Tunisia
Figure 17.7: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 17.8: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 17.9: Overview of consumer water tariffs, 2001
Figure 17.10: Summary of current and future projects
Figure 17.11: First phase of brackish desalination plants (scheduled to start operating in 2010)
Figure 17.12: Second phase of brackish desalination plants (scheduled to start operating in 2012)
Figure 17.13: Large seawater desalination plants in Southern coastal areas
Figure 17.14: ONAS targets for wastewater, 2007-2016
Figure 17.15: New WWTPs
Figure 17.15: Location of projects in Tunisia
Figure 17.16: Forecast Summary
Figure 17.17: Tunisia Forecasting Charts

Chapter 18 – Turkey
Figure 18.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 18.2: DSI’s Organisation
Figure 18.3: Details of Turkey’s water supply
Figure 18.4 Demand for water in Turkey
Figure 18.5: Desalination in Turkey
Figure 18.6: Large desalination plants in Turkey
Figure 18.7: Key performance indicators – water
Figure 18.8 Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 18.9: Map of project locations in Turkey
Figure 18.10: Forecast Summary
Figure 18.11: Turkey Forecasting Charts

Chapter 19 – United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
Figure 19.1: Population and area of the United Arab Emirates
Figure 19.2: Organisation of the water and electricity sector in Abu Dhabi
Figure 19.3: Water resources, Abu Dhabi emirate, 2007
Figure 19.4: Projected generation of treated effluent with low, medium and high population growth (2010-2030)
Figure 19.5: Agriculture and forestry water demand forecast (2010-2030)
Figure 19.6: Total water consumption per sector, Abu Dhabi emirate (2006)
Figure 19.7: IWPPs in Abu Dhabi
Figure 19.8: Overview of current and future WWTPs in Abu Dhabi
Figure 19.9: Tariffs imposed by ADWEA
Figure 19.10: Ownership and contract structure of the Fujairah F2 IWPP
Figure 19.11: Provisional capex allowances for water expenditure between 2003 and 2005
Figure 19.12: Existing independent power and water projects (IWPPs) in Abu Dhabi
Figure 19.13: Map of Project Locations in UAE
Figure 19.14: Current and future projects in Abu Dhabi
Figure 19.15: Forecast Summary - for the whole of the UAE
Figure 19.16: UAE Forecasting Charts

Chapter 20 – United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Figure 20.1: Installed power and desalination capacity (2007)
Figure 20.2: Rising block tariff charged by DEWA for water supply
Figure 20.3: Current and future projects in Dubai

Chapter 21 – Sharjah and the Northern Emirates
Figure 21.1: Aquifers in the Northern emirates
Figure 21.2: Total annual water consumption by group in Sharjah
Figure 21.3: Number of water consumers in the Northern emirates
Figure 21.4: Desalination and groundwater supply facilities, Sharjah (2007); million m³/d
Figure 21.5: MED capacity at FEWA desalination plants 2007
Figure 21.6: RO capacity at FEWA desalination plants 2008
Figure 21.7: Timeline for the Ajman wastewater concession
Figure 21.8: Billing & Collection in the Ajman wastewater concession
Figure 21.9: Slab water tariff adopted by FEWA and SEWA
Figure 21.10: Current and future projects

Chapter 22 – West Bank and Gaza
Figure 22.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 22.2: Details of the West Bank and Gaza’s water supply
Figure 22.3: Demand for water in the West Bank and Gaza
Figure 22.4: Water demand in the West Bank
Figure 22.5: Sources of water supply in the West Bank
Figure 22.6: Forecast Summary
Figure 22.7: West Bank & Gaza Forecasting Charts

Chapter 23 – Yemen
Figure 23.1: Demographic indicators
Figure 23.2: Water sector structure in Yemen
Figure 23.3: Details of Yemen’s water supply
Figure 23.4: Demand for water in Yemen
Figure 23.5: Depletion of aquifer basin levels in Yemen
Figure 23.6: Desalination in Yemen
Figure 23.7: Large desalination plants in Yemen
Figure 23.8: Means of conveyance for domestic water in Yemen
Figure 23.9: Sanitation in Yemen
Figure 23.10: Key performance indicators – municipal water supply
Figure 23.11: Key performance indicators – wastewater
Figure 23.12: Non-World Bank Sources of funding in Yemen (for a variety of projects)
Figure 23.13: Forthcoming World Bank Water-specific Projects in Yemen
Figure 23.14: Ongoing World Bank Water-specific Projects in Yemen
Figure 23.15: Forecast Summary
Figure 23.16: Yemen Forecasting Charts
 
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